2019 STEM++Inno 

Is Open for Registration

 

What is STEMINNO?

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE
BUSINESS 
KNOWLEDGE
CAREER TECHNICAL TRAINING
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING
RESOURCES & SUPPORT

STEM++Inno is a Challenge competition for students to create a business case to commercialize NASA patented technologies

 

  • A PBL (Project Based Learning) from end to end
     

  • Apply innovation through AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning) and DS (Data Science)
     

  • Develop real-world business knowledge
     

  • Provide CTE (Career Technical Education) resources by bringing extensive professional network
     

  • Offer social emotional learning through mentorship and inter-school collaboration/competition

Why STEMInno WORKS

 
DISCOVER
EDUCATE
INNOVATE
  • Designed as a modular system to be expandable and adaptable
     

  • Contents can be readily adapted for integration into a regular curriculum or executed as standalone supplemental programs for after-school enrichment or summer coursework
     

  • Give teachers options and not necessarily more direct work
     

  • Bring real professionals to inspire and mentor 
     

  • Creates an environment for interschool collaboration and competition without logistical considerations
     

  • Winning teams will have the opportunity to go through our “Edubator”, an incubator with a social and educational mission to help bring the innovation to the market

COMPETE
INCUBATE
TRANSFORM
CONNECT

Why Be Part of STEMInno

 

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS/OTHER YOUTH PROGRAMS

  • Digitized learning and modular learning content can be adapted as a regular content
     

  • Maximize social impact
     

  • National or global competition recognition without the logistics involvement
     

  • Competitors gain hands-on, experiential, real-world experience

HIGH SCHOOLS

  • Promote STEM and Career development
     

  • Digitized and modular learning content can be adapted as a regular content
     

  • Reduce staff engagement
     

  • National or global competition recognition without the logistics involvement
     

  • Competitors gain hands-on, experiential, real-world experience

COLLEGES

  • Promote STEM and Career development
     

  • Digitized and modular learning content can be adapted as a regular content
     

  • Branding and potential to recruit top HS candidates
     

  • National or global competition recognition without the logistics involvement
     

  • Competitors gain hands-on, experiential, real-world experience

INVESTORS

  • Access to quality innovation & investment
     

  • Access to network and NASA
     

  • Incubator return

CORPORATE SPONSORS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Address gap in student learning styles and capabilities including areas such as dyslexia, etc.
     

  • Competitions can focus on Social Benefits.
     

  • Provide education and opportunity to otherwise socially or economically disenfranchised students.

Our Management

 TEAM

 

Alan White

CEO & CIO

 

Alan White is the CEO and CIO of STEM++Inno.  He founded C3 Alliance, a data science consulting firm based in NY. He is a career data enthusiast and data science architect from practically when data science was performed using stone chisel.  He is currently enthused to engage the youngest bright minds and mentor on the benefits and techniques of effective, repeatable, scalable ML and DS execution.  In addition, Alan has extensive experience in developing complex data-driven systems within regulated environments.

Heather Lu-Lasky

CFO & COO

 

Heather is the CFO and COO of STEM++Inno. She founded ChampAmerica, a workforce development consulting firm. She has 12 years of experience on Wall Street Finance area,  and worked for the Finance and Regulatory Risk functions within several investment banks including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Barclays.

Charlie Oliver

Advisor

 

Charlie’s years of experience in the trenches of old media include working in advertising in New York at such media goliaths as BBDO Worldwide and Condé Nast, to producing sitcoms and dramas at Sony Pictures Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Warner Brothers, Dreamworks and Oscar-award winning indie production companies, to event management at the Sundance Film Festival.

 

In the Fall of 2016, Charlie launched Tech2025 to educate entrepreneurs and consumers on the next wave of disruptive, emerging technologies that are expected to drastically change our world in the next decade (AI, machine learning, driverless vehicles, IoT, blockchain, VR, etc.), through live-events and interactive workshops with industry experts. The mission of Tech2025 is to help entrepreneurs and the general public to understand and embrace emerging technologies.

 

Charlie’s philosophy: “Be fearless and unapologetic in the fierce pursuit of your goals and be just as passionate about helping people.”"

Frequently asked questions

How does remote participation work?


Students who participate remotely will have the access to the research materials and live webinars of the instructions and the recorded videos of all the orientations.e Questions" button.




Who is qualified to apply?


This challenge is offered to college students and motivated high school students, in the U.S. or abroad, who are interested in research, AI/ML/DS and the NASA technology.




Can I choose my own team members?


Yes. We welcome formed team to join the Challenge. If you are solo competitor, we will arrange the team based on your background and your interests.




Is prior knowledge of data analysis required?


Not necessary. This Challenge is for students who share interests in business and data science to get access to the NASA patent and generate their innovation. Students will be guided in conducting research and get training on basic knowledge of Machine Learning and Data Science.





Current & Past

COMPETITIONS

2018 Pilot Highlight

100%

completion rate

4

outstanding final projects

100%
timely submission

10

total NASA patents researched

45 hours

of technical training presented

15 Webinars

10 speakers

with 18 years of average experience

900+ hours

of total time contribution across teams

6 Sponsors

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“One big challenge was to just understand the goal. In order to resolve that, my team organized a meeting with the senior advisor, so that we could actually understand what the goal was and what to do. After that, it was much easier to set assignments”.      

 

-  Alan Z.

 
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